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“Bonjour Hello Buongiorno Hola”

Since: Feb 12

Ottawa

#152877 Apr 24, 2013
LRS wrote:
<quoted text>
*hell bent "on" destroying
*"They" simply cannot
Too late. You just got busted. Again. Yawn.

“Bonjour Hello Buongiorno Hola”

Since: Feb 12

Ottawa

#152878 Apr 24, 2013
LRS wrote:
Screw the trash in this country!
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =Mjrf0JWcHysXX
You're going to screw you own self?

“Bonjour Hello Buongiorno Hola”

Since: Feb 12

Ottawa

#152879 Apr 24, 2013
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
<quoted text>
Ya know, I don't evoke God to punish people. I might say "God be with you", or "Thank God for the FBI, Canadian Mounties" or "God bless Obama" but I not not evoke God to punish people.
Just like I will not ask God to smite my enemies but I will ask God to protect our Soldiers, Sailors, Marines and Airmen.
And yes Jacques, I ask God to show you the light of truth. Peace be with you!
Er, did I , anywhere, evoke God to punish people? Did I even once do that? Please show me where and when I did that and I will repent. I said Thank God for the FBI, because if it wasn't for them, our Mounties would be last...

“Bonjour Hello Buongiorno Hola”

Since: Feb 12

Ottawa

#152880 Apr 24, 2013
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
<quoted text>
You dew know Beck is an anti-Birther, don't you? When he was on Fox News, and bashed the Birther movement, he lost a fourth of his viewers in just ONE WEEK and everyone at Fox News was told to shut up about it.
After that they would report the birther movement if it was news for the day!
Er, Rogue, the big announcement, the big announcement, Rogue. Never mind the birthers.

“Bonjour Hello Buongiorno Hola”

Since: Feb 12

Ottawa

#152882 Apr 24, 2013
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
<quoted text>
The parents of the Boston Marathon bomber are expected to travel to the U.S. If anyone should be placed on a No Fly list, it should be his parents!
Just think if there is any problem on that plane caused by his parents. I would make Obama look bad. Ah, on second thought, they should let them fly.
So, I assume then, as you want the parents on the plane, that you'd like to see them hijack it and kill everyone on board. And why's that? To make Obama look bad. Well, you didn't invoke God to harm people, like you said in a previous post. Nice going, all you did was wish over 100 passengers dead to spite Obama. But you're a good man, you left God out of it.
LRS

Shreveport, LA

#152883 Apr 24, 2013
Jacques from Ottawa wrote:
<quoted text>
Too late. You just got busted. Again. Yawn.
What your scum-sucking, worthless azz means is, I didn't see your correction before I ran my mouth. Fret not jackfish, it is so you! LMAO at the pondscum.
LRS

Shreveport, LA

#152884 Apr 24, 2013
Jacques from Ottawa wrote:
<quoted text>
You're going to screw you own self?
Oh no, it's you and your ilk that will be phlucked!
LRS

Shreveport, LA

#152885 Apr 24, 2013
Jacques from Ottawa wrote:
<quoted text>
So, I assume then, as you want the parents on the plane, that you'd like to see them hijack it and kill everyone on board. And why's that? To make Obama look bad. Well, you didn't invoke God to harm people, like you said in a previous post. Nice going, all you did was wish over 100 passengers dead to spite Obama. But you're a good man, you left God out of it.
God works in mysterious ways, pondscum!
LRS

Shreveport, LA

#152886 Apr 24, 2013
We need a national movement to rid our beautiful landscape of the pollution caused by "all" mosques!

Since: May 10

Location hidden

#152887 Apr 24, 2013
Jacques from Ottawa wrote:
<quoted text>
So, I assume then, as you want the parents on the plane, that you'd like to see them hijack it and kill everyone on board. And why's that? To make Obama look bad. Well, you didn't invoke God to harm people, like you said in a previous post. Nice going, all you did was wish over 100 passengers dead to spite Obama. But you're a good man, you left God out of it.
First of all I do not think Obama would have them put on the No Fly List. And I did not say anything about hurting people. But if they bash America, or start yelling anti-Jewish or anti-Christian garbage, it woodn't hurt!
Oh, how about the TEA Partier who was married to a Naval officer who got put on the No Fly List on his way home! He was stuck in Hawaii for a week. Why? Because he said he did not like Obamanomics?!?
LRS

Shreveport, LA

#152888 Apr 24, 2013
jackfish is quiet. Obviously, he has a mouthful! LMAO! scum of the Earth

Since: May 10

Location hidden

#152889 Apr 24, 2013
Yep, those Occutards are peaceful people but those evil TEA Partiers are, ah, just piss Obama off!
Yep, the Liberals have criminalized politics!

No-Fly List Screwup Strands Navy Officer's Husband on Pacific Island
Okay, the Pacific island in question was Hawaii, and there are worse places to be stranded, but still.

The AP reports that Wade Hicks Jr. was traveling from Mississippi to visit his wife, a U.S. Navy lieutenant deployed in Japan, when he fell into the clutches of America's crack security specialists. During a layover in Hawaii, Hicks was notified that he was on the no-fly list and that, as does sometimes happen with people on that list (but not terrorists), he would not be allowed to fly.

Hicks was surprised by this for a number of reasons. He noted that he has no criminal record and in fact recently passed an extensive FBI background check in order to get a concealed-weapon permit in Mississippi. Turns out this is the same "FBI" that maintains the no-fly list, oddly enough. In fact, according to this report, Hicks is a former military contractor with a high-level security clearance and a TSA Transportation Worker Identification Credential.

He also had clearance paperwork from the military, because that's how he got to Hawaii in the first place—he hitched a ride on a military flight, as military dependents are allowed to do if a flight has room. That got him to Oahu, but during the layover a customs agent announced that Hicks was on the no-fly list and would go no further.

Nor would he be going back, unless he wanted to charter a plane or travel 2,500 miles by boat.

The apparently suspected terrorist would thus be kept safely there on Oahu, site of a major American naval base and airfield, Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard and the headquarters of the U.S. Pacific Fleet.

Hicks decided to contact state officials in Hawaii and Mississippi, local veterans' groups, and media outlets, and after several days of media coverage a customs agent called to say he had been removed from the list. He wasn't told why he was on the list, or why he had been removed, because you don't have the right to know. The government doesn't disclose who's on the list or why, because of course that's classified. It did not appear to be a case of mistaken identity, because according to the customs agent the date of birth and social-security number matched as well as the name.(Actually, it clearly was a case of mistaken identity, it's just that they had more wrong information on the list than just his name.) In any event, they did finally agree to let him exercise his constitutional right to travel.

Hicks speculates that he was on the list because he is an outspoken Tea Party activist who doubts the official story about 9/11 and is a vocal critic of, among other things, the President and the NDAA.(We agree at least on that last one. Or two.) There's no proof of that yet (all classified! sorry!), but if that did happen it'd be an outrageous violation of his civil rights. We definitely agree on that. As Hicks told the Hawaii Reporter, "This is a blue state and I am from a red state, but this is a non-partisan issue. I appreciate that people here [blue people in the blue state] put their neck on the line and trusted me," even if the federal government in its wisdom did deem him unworthy to fly.

October 21, 2012 in Homeland Insecurity,
http://www.loweringthebar.net/2012/10/no-fly-...

Since: May 10

Location hidden

#152890 Apr 24, 2013
Yep, he was on the No Fly list and stranded in Hawaii for four days and just as soon as it hit the national news, he was cleared.
But what if it had not hit the news? He would probably still cast away in Hawaii!
Hey, i have read his stuff and he was just as critical about G.W. as he is with Obama. But bUsh has thick skin!

October 21, 2012
Why Was Wade Hicks, Jr. on the No-Fly List?
Posted by Michael S. Rozeff on October 21, 2012 05:56 AM
Wade Hicks, Jr. was kept from flying for 5 days and then allowed to proceed, because he was on a list maintained by the FBI Terrorist Screening Center. Why was he on that list? To find out, I searched google on his name. He's from Mississippi and he maintains a web site called "Patriots for America." This is a pro-Constitution, anti-Obama site. Among other things, its mission statement says "We will rely/trust the ballot box for peaceful change and not condone violence. Only as a last resort, when the ballot box is destroyed, will the taking up of arms be necessary." It speaks of "taking America back". It says " We recognize that the present president and many current Senators and Representatives have acted as enemies of the US Constitution." You can inspect this site for yourself, if you wish.

Adding to the site is that Hicks is outspoken. He's on video here.

Anyway, my guess is that the FBI tagged his site as right-wing extremist. Why was his name then removed? To avoid FBI embarrassment.

I didn't listen to his video. It's interesting that since his publicity, someone listened and made this comment which I found after writing my own opinion:

"Well, now everyone knows why he was on the no fly list. He's a tea party activist that actually believes that the Constitution of the United States are the laws upon which all other laws in the US should be based. The guy is obviously a right-wing nut. "

Since: May 10

Location hidden

#152891 Apr 24, 2013
This is sad but very needed. No one should be allowed with getting away from victimizing a helpless person whether it be a child, a physically or mentally handicapped person or elderly.
I do not profess to know what God would think about this but I hope He has a special place for these perpetrators.

Pa. judge defends church aide's trial, conviction
By MARYCLAIRE DALE | Associated Press – 33 mins ago

PHILADELPHIA (AP)— A judge is defending her decisions in the trial of the first Catholic Church official in the United States to be charged and convicted in the cover-up of the priest abuse scandal.
Philadelphia Common Pleas Judge M. Teresa Sarmina concluded in a recent opinion that Monsignor William Lynn lied to perpetuate a church cover-up of child sexual abuse.
"The defendant learned that his predecessors handled clergy sex abuse in a way that prioritized shielding the church from scandal and ... perpetuated the same system during his tenure," she wrote in the 243-page decision, which summarized much of the trial testimony.
The document responds to trial decisions that Lynn is challenging on appeal. The appeal now goes to the state Superior Court. The Legal Intelligencer first reported Wednesday on the judge's April 12 opinion.
Lynn, the longtime secretary for clergy, was convicted of child endangerment and is serving a three- to six-year prison term.
Defense lawyers argued during and after the three-month trial that the judge unfairly let jurors hear about priest sexual-abuse complaints filed long before Lynn worked at the Philadelphia archdiocese. Lynn served as secretary for clergy from 1992 to 2004, acting, in the judge's words, as the point person for abuse complaints and a "funnel" for information going up the church's chain of command to the archbishop.
The judge said the earlier abuse complaints, some dating to the 1950s, showed how Lynn continued the cover-up begun by his predecessors. And she rejected arguments that they unduly influenced jurors, noting the jurors convicted Lynn on just one of three counts.
"The contents of the Secret Archives (of priest-abuse complaints) illustrated that the defendant's predecessors handled issues of clergy sex abuse consistently with the priorities of the archbishop," she wrote. "... Those who came before the defendant consistently sought to minimize any potential for scandal and to protect the reputation of the church and its clergy."
Lynn's lawyers have argued that the child endangerment charge should not apply to him because he did not supervise any child.
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LRS

Shreveport, LA

#152892 Apr 24, 2013

“Bonjour Hello Buongiorno Hola”

Since: Feb 12

Ottawa

#152893 Apr 24, 2013
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
Yep, he was on the No Fly list and stranded in Hawaii for four days and just as soon as it hit the national news, he was cleared.
But what if it had not hit the news? He would probably still cast away in Hawaii!
Hey, i have read his stuff and he was just as critical about G.W. as he is with Obama. But bUsh has thick skin!
October 21, 2012
Why Was Wade Hicks, Jr. on the No-Fly List?
Posted by Michael S. Rozeff on October 21, 2012 05:56 AM
Wade Hicks, Jr. was kept from flying for 5 days and then allowed to proceed, because he was on a list maintained by the FBI Terrorist Screening Center. Why was he on that list? To find out, I searched google on his name. He's from Mississippi and he maintains a web site called "Patriots for America." This is a pro-Constitution, anti-Obama site. Among other things, its mission statement says "We will rely/trust the ballot box for peaceful change and not condone violence. Only as a last resort, when the ballot box is destroyed, will the taking up of arms be necessary." It speaks of "taking America back". It says " We recognize that the present president and many current Senators and Representatives have acted as enemies of the US Constitution." You can inspect this site for yourself, if you wish.
Adding to the site is that Hicks is outspoken. He's on video here.
Anyway, my guess is that the FBI tagged his site as right-wing extremist. Why was his name then removed? To avoid FBI embarrassment.
I didn't listen to his video. It's interesting that since his publicity, someone listened and made this comment which I found after writing my own opinion:
"Well, now everyone knows why he was on the no fly list. He's a tea party activist that actually believes that the Constitution of the United States are the laws upon which all other laws in the US should be based. The guy is obviously a right-wing nut. "
Not just the no-fly list, I'd put the sob on the no-sail , no-drive and no-walk list.
American Lady

Danville, KY

#152894 Apr 24, 2013
LRS wrote:
We need a national movement to rid our beautiful landscape of the pollution caused by "all" mosques!
YES we do Wingman ...
Yes WE do! <3
American Lady

Danville, KY

#152895 Apr 24, 2013
MAJOR LEFTIST GROUP NOW TIED TO 'DOMESTIC TERROR'
Attacker admits plans for violence facilitated by organization's 'hate' listings

Read more at http://www.wnd.com/2013/04/major-leftist-grou...

IS THIS MISSING PIECE TO BENGHAZI PUZZLE?
Congressional probe lacks crucial detail
Published: 13 mins ago

Read more at http://www.wnd.com/2013/04/is-this-missing-pi...

“Bonjour Hello Buongiorno Hola”

Since: Feb 12

Ottawa

#152896 Apr 24, 2013
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
This is sad but very needed. No one should be allowed with getting away from victimizing a helpless person whether it be a child, a physically or mentally handicapped person or elderly.
I do not profess to know what God would think about this but I hope He has a special place for these perpetrators.
Pa. judge defends church aide's trial, conviction
By MARYCLAIRE DALE | Associated Press – 33 mins ago
PHILADELPHIA (AP)— A judge is defending her decisions in the trial of the first Catholic Church official in the United States to be charged and convicted in the cover-up of the priest abuse scandal.
Philadelphia Common Pleas Judge M. Teresa Sarmina concluded in a recent opinion that Monsignor William Lynn lied to perpetuate a church cover-up of child sexual abuse.
"The defendant learned that his predecessors handled clergy sex abuse in a way that prioritized shielding the church from scandal and ... perpetuated the same system during his tenure," she wrote in the 243-page decision, which summarized much of the trial testimony.
The document responds to trial decisions that Lynn is challenging on appeal. The appeal now goes to the state Superior Court. The Legal Intelligencer first reported Wednesday on the judge's April 12 opinion.
Lynn, the longtime secretary for clergy, was convicted of child endangerment and is serving a three- to six-year prison term.
Defense lawyers argued during and after the three-month trial that the judge unfairly let jurors hear about priest sexual-abuse complaints filed long before Lynn worked at the Philadelphia archdiocese. Lynn served as secretary for clergy from 1992 to 2004, acting, in the judge's words, as the point person for abuse complaints and a "funnel" for information going up the church's chain of command to the archbishop.
The judge said the earlier abuse complaints, some dating to the 1950s, showed how Lynn continued the cover-up begun by his predecessors. And she rejected arguments that they unduly influenced jurors, noting the jurors convicted Lynn on just one of three counts.
"The contents of the Secret Archives (of priest-abuse complaints) illustrated that the defendant's predecessors handled issues of clergy sex abuse consistently with the priorities of the archbishop," she wrote. "... Those who came before the defendant consistently sought to minimize any potential for scandal and to protect the reputation of the church and its clergy."
Lynn's lawyers have argued that the child endangerment charge should not apply to him because he did not supervise any child.
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Rogue : "a physically or mentally handicapped person or elderly.
I do not profess to know what God would think about this but I hope He has a special place for these perpetrators. "

Well, I would profess what God would think about you insulting your adversaries by calling them "retard" names, such as "libtard".
LRS

Shreveport, LA

#152897 Apr 24, 2013
Jacques from Ottawa wrote:
<quoted text>
Not just the no-fly list, I'd put the sob on the no-sail , no-drive and no-walk list.
jackfish, you anti-America POS, you don't have the guts. I'd put your worthless, scum-sucking azz in the incinerator! Burn baby, burn!

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